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Ukraine War Posters

Ukraine War Posters

  • Missiles
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    Alona Shostko

    Missiles

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    Size: 33 x 46 1/2 inches, numbered 5/100 

    This artist is a member of the Pictoric group. Pictoric is a group of Ukrainian illustrators that created a website https://www.supportukraine-pic.com/ to fight against the Russian aggression in their homeland. They collect and create illustrations, posters, and comic books to support Ukraine and its people, convey true information, and inspire the whole world to fight for freedom and democracy.

    **All proceeds will be donated to the Ukrainian Emergency Art Fund**

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  • Captured Soldiers
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    Maksym Palenko

    Captured Soldiers

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    Size: 33 x 46 1/2 inches, numbered 5/100

    On this poster, the author depicted famous Russian cultural figures, classics of the XIX and XX centuries, as captured soldiers of the Armed Forces of the Russian Federation. The poster shows portraits of Fyodor Dostoevsky, Mikhail Lermontov, Mikhail Bulgakov, Joseph Brodsky, Sergei Yesenin, Vladimir Vysotsky, Lev Tolstoy, Viktor Tsoi and Alexander Pushkin.

    With this work, the artist wanted to convey that the Russian culture, including the legacy of the depicted personalities, is currently being used by the terrorist regime of Putin to promote and justify his imperial ideas and aggression, regardless of the wishes of the Russian artists themselves. In other words, Russian culture has become another powerful Russian weapon in Ukraine and all over the world.

    **All proceeds will be donated to the Ukrainian Emergency Art Fund**

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  • Russian Warship-Go Fuck Yourself!
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    Boris Grokh

    Russian Warship-Go Fuck Yourself!

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    Size: 33 x 46 1/2 inches, numbered 5/100

    «Russian warship – go fuck yourself!» – that was an answer of the Ukrainian  border guard Roman Hrybov to the suggestion to surrender made by Russian missile cruiser «Moskva», the flagship of the Russian navy in the Black sea. The event took place on the Ukrainian Snake Island on 24 February 2022, the first day of the full-scaled Russian invasion.

    The phrase became extremely popular in Ukraine and all over the world. It is widely used as a slogan during protests and demonstrations. In April 2022, the phrase was commemorated on a postage stamp by the Ukrainian postal service. Two days later, the «Moskva» was critically damaged by Ukrainian anti-ship missiles and sank the following day. After that the Ukrainian postal service issued a new postage stamp «Russian Warship...DONE! ».

    There appeared a lot of poster versions by Ukrainian artists based on this phrase. But the most popular images are those of Boris Grokh (used on the stamps) and Nikita Titov. Both can be seen on the exhibition «Ukraine. People. Courage. Posters». Those images became more then posters – they are symbols of the Ukrainians’ resistance against Russian aggression and determination in defending their homeland. Those images can be seen everywhere in Ukraine but also around the world like a symbol of support – from posters and banners to T-shirts and mugs.

    **All proceeds will be donated to the Ukrainian Emergency Art Fund**

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  • Easter
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    Maksym Palenko

    Easter

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    Size: 33 x 46 1/2 inches, numbered 5/100

    The poster shows a bombed-out building in the form of paska  the national festive baking of Ukrainians for Easter.

    On Easter night 2022, the Russians attacked the districts of Kharkiv, and on Easter itself they shelled the Zolochiv and Chuguyiv districts of the region. As a result of the Russian shelling, 2 people were killed and at least 14 were wounded 

    «The Orthodox world saw that for Russia the great holiday of Easter means nothing. Russia continued to kill Ukrainian people, and even children, despite the church dates in the calendar.» - stated President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelenskyy in his video message on the morning of April 25, 2022.

    **All proceeds will be donated to the Ukrainian Emergency Art Fund**

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  • Mariupol Pokrova
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    Maksym Palenko

    Mariupol Pokrova

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    Size: 33 x 46 1/2 inches, numbered 5/100

    Mariupol is a Ukrainian city on the coast of the Azov sea. Being in the complete siege and under constant shelling it resisted the Russian invaders for almost three months. The last stronghold of the defenders was the catacombs of the factory Azovstal. The fate of Mariupol is, perhaps, the most terrible in the Russian Ukrainian war. It was almost totally destroyed, dozens of thousands of civil people perished from Russian bombs, shells and rockets (the exact number is unknown as the city is still under the occupation). The sufferings of Mariupol have become a deep trauma for the whole nation, and its defenders are respected as heroes.  

    Pokrova or Protection of Our Most Holy Lady is a great feast in the Eastern Orthodox Church. It is especially revered and celebrated in Ukraine where Pokrova symbolizes patronage of the Mother of God over the Ukrainian Cossacks and the Ukrainian army. 

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  • Putin's Suicide
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    Maksym Palenko

    Putin's Suicide

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    Size: 33 x 46 1/2 inches, numbered 5/100

    This poster was created on 24.02.2022 – the day the big war began. Thus, the picture represents the artist’s first reaction on the full-scaled invasion of Russia – his indignation as well as his belief in the victory of Ukraine.

    «Starting from this morning, the time leading up to this event has significantly decreased» - commented the artist posting this image.

     

    The blood puddle on the floor has an outline of the map of Ukraine.

    **All proceeds will be donated to the Ukrainian Emergency Art Fund**

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  • Goliath
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    Oleg Gryshchenko

    Goliath

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    Size: 33 x 46 1/2 inches, numbered 5/100

    Each of us must defeat Goliath – this is the motto of Ukrainians in this war against the Russian aggressor. Everyone is where they should be and where they can be the most effective.

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    This artist is a member of the Pictoric group. Pictoric is a group of Ukrainian illustrators that created a website https://www.supportukraine-pic.com/ to fight against the Russian aggression in their homeland, Ukraine. They collect and create illustrations, posters, and comic books to support Ukraine and its people, convey true information, and inspire the whole world to fight for freedom and democracy.

    **All proceeds will be donated to the Ukrainian Emergency Art Fund**

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  • Defenders of Kyiv
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    Oleg Gryshchenko

    Defenders of Kyiv

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    Size: 33 x 46 1/2 inches, numbered 5/100

    With the start of the full-scale Russian invasion, Ukrainians in various cities began to unite in communities to protect their homes and help the state. This poster is dedicated to the defenders of Kyiv, who protected the capital at the most difficult moment. But now, it applies to all cities and towns of Ukraine.

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    This artist is a member of the Pictoric group. Pictoric is a group of Ukrainian illustrators that created a website https://www.supportukraine-pic.com/ to fight against the Russian aggression in their homeland, Ukraine. They collect and create illustrations, posters, and comic books to support Ukraine and its people, convey true information, and inspire the whole world to fight for freedom and democracy.

    **All proceeds will be donated to the Ukrainian Emergency Art Fund**

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  • Ukraine-The Shield of Europe!
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    Nikita Titov

    Ukraine-The Shield of Europe!

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    Size: 33 x 46 1/2 inches, numbered 5/100

    Resisting the invasion of the Russian empire and protecting European values of freedom, Ukraine once again proved to the world that it is a part of the European world. EU membership is not only the goal of the Ukrainian leadership, but also a dream of the whole Ukrainian nation.

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  • Playground
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    Yulia Tveritina

    Playground

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    Size: 33 x 46 1/2 inches, numbered 5/100 

    The war changed the life of every Ukrainian.

    Since the beginning of the full-scale war with the Russian Federation, more than 14.5 million citizens left Ukraine, of which at least 11.7 million people came to the countries of the European Union. In addition, there are 4.7 million internally displaced persons registered in Ukraine. Most of the refugees are women and children, while their husbands and fathers defend their country.

    Approximately 300,000 people remain in the occupied territories, including children.

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    This artist is a member of the Pictoric group. Pictoric is a group of Ukrainian illustrators that created a website https://www.supportukraine-pic.com/ to fight against the Russian aggression in their homeland. They collect and create illustrations, posters, and comic books to support Ukraine and its people, convey true information, and inspire the whole world to fight for freedom and democracy.

    **All proceeds will be donated to the Ukrainian Emergency Art Fund**

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  • Guilty
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    Oleksandr Shatokhin

    Guilty

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    Size: 33 x 46 1/2 inches, numbered 5/100 

    The aggressors will never be able to hide their true faces. Ukraine and the whole democratic world will never forgive their crimes.

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    This artist is a member of the Pictoric group. Pictoric is a group of Ukrainian illustrators that created a website https://www.supportukraine-pic.com/ to fight against the Russian aggression in their homeland. They collect and create illustrations, posters, and comic books to support Ukraine and its people, convey true information, and inspire the whole world to fight for freedom and democracy.

    **All proceeds will be donated to the Ukrainian Emergency Art Fund**

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  • Skyline
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    Sofia Runova

    Skyline

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    Size: 33 x 46 1/2 inches, numbered 5/100 

    **All proceeds will be donated to the Ukrainian Emergency Art Fund**

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  • The End
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    Maksym Palenko

    The End

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    Size: 33 x 46 1/2 inches, numbered 5/100 

    **All proceeds will be donated to the Ukrainian Emergency Art Fund**

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  • Graphic Diaries
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    Anna Ivanenko

    Graphic Diaries

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    Size: 33 x 46 1/2 inches, numbered 5/100

    Ukrainian illustrators who witness the war keep their graphic diaries. Illustrators document these difficult days through these diaries, draw the people they meet in shelters, and record their thoughts.

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    This artist is a member of the Pictoric group. Pictoric is a group of Ukrainian illustrators that created a website https://www.supportukraine-pic.com/ to fight against the Russian aggression in their homeland. They collect and create illustrations, posters, and comic books to support Ukraine and its people, convey true information, and inspire the whole world to fight for freedom and democracy.

    **All proceeds will be donated to the Ukrainian Emergency Art Fund**

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  • Bomb Shelter
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    Anna Ivanenko

    Bomb Shelter

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    Size: 33 x 46 1/2 inches, numbered 5/100

    Ukrainians support each other both in defence and in everyday life. This is especially noticeable under challenging situations, such as in bomb shelters. Such stories of everyday kindness are immortalized by Ukrainian illustrators in comics.

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    This artist is a member of the Pictoric group. Pictoric is a group of Ukrainian illustrators that created a website https://www.supportukraine-pic.com/ to fight against the Russian aggression in their homeland. They collect and create illustrations, posters, and comic books to support Ukraine and its people, convey true information, and inspire the whole world to fight for freedom and democracy.

    **All proceeds will be donated to the Ukrainian Emergency Art Fund**

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  • Graphic Diaries
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    Anna Ivanenko

    Graphic Diaries

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    Size: 33 x 46 1/2 inches, numbered 5/100

    Ukrainian illustrators who witness the war keep their graphic diaries. Illustrators document these difficult days through these diaries, draw the people they meet in shelters, and record their thoughts.

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    This artist is a member of the Pictoric group. Pictoric is a group of Ukrainian illustrators that created a website https://www.supportukraine-pic.com/ to fight against the Russian aggression in their homeland. They collect and create illustrations, posters, and comic books to support Ukraine and its people, convey true information, and inspire the whole world to fight for freedom and democracy.

    **All proceeds will be donated to the Ukrainian Emergency Art Fund**

    Visit product page
  • Angel
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    Oleksandr Shatokhin

    Angel

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    Size: 33 x 46 1/2 inches, numbered 5/100

    On one of the first days of the war, a little girl was injured during heavy shelling from russian troops. Despite all the efforts, doctors couldn’t save her. War criminals must be punished!

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    This artist is a member of the Pictoric group. Pictoric is a group of Ukrainian illustrators that created a website https://www.supportukraine-pic.com/ to fight against the Russian aggression in their homeland. They collect and create illustrations, posters, and comic books to support Ukraine and its people, convey true information, and inspire the whole world to fight for freedom and democracy.

    **All proceeds will be donated to the Ukrainian Emergency Art Fund**

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  • School and Kindergarten
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    Yuri Zhuravel

    School and Kindergarten

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    Size: 33 x 46 1/2 inches, numbered 5/100

    On the signs of the destroyed buildings, you can read the words SCHOOL and KINDERGARTEN.

    **All proceeds will be donated to the Ukrainian Emergency Art Fund**

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  • My Comfort Zone is 603.548 km2
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    Oleksandr Grekhov

    My Comfort Zone is 603.548 km2

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    Size: 33 x 46 1/2 inches, numbered 5/100

    603.548 km2 is the total area of the territory of Ukraine including temporarily occupied Crimean Peninsula, Donbas and other regions.

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  • Kateryna
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    Maksym Palenko

    Kateryna

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    Size: 33 x 46 1/2 inches, numbered 5/100

    This poster is dedicated to the horrors of the destruction and occupation Russian invaders brought to Ukraine. The artist quotes the image of Kateryna known to all Ukrainians from the painting and poem by Taras Shevchenko (1814 – 1861), the greatest Ukrainian poet, writer and artist.

    In his poem, Shevchenko tells about the tragic fate of Kateryna, a young girl from a Ukrainian village, who was deceived and dishonoured by a Russian officer. After giving birth to a bastard son, she was rejected by her family and committed suicide. Kateryna became one of female symbols of Ukraine, reminding of all humiliations it suffered from the Russian colonization.

    **All proceeds will be donated to the Ukrainian Emergency Art Fund**

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  • Taras Shevchenko
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    Oleksandr Grekhov

    Taras Shevchenko

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    Size: 33 x 46 1/2 inches, numbered 5/100

    Taras Shevchenko (1814 – 1861) is the greatest Ukrainian poet, writer and artist. He is the founder of the modern Ukrainian literature and literary language, who contributed a lot to the Ukrainian cultural revival and is regarded as a father of the contemporary Ukrainian nation. Just to illustrate his significance for Ukrainians: from all cultural figures of the world Taras Shevchenko has the largest number of erected monuments. In general, there are 1,384 monuments (1,256 in Ukraine and 128 in 35 other countries).

     Oleksandr Grekhov became widely popular in Ukraine after the exhibition «Shevchenkoʼs Quantum Leap» where a series of portraits of Taras Shevchenko presented him as different cult figures of culture and science, as well as characters from popular movies and cartoons. So, when the full-scaled war started it was only natural that Grekhov’s Taras Shevchenko emerged dressed like a modern Ukrainian soldier. And we might say that he is really fighting together with all the Ukraine against the Russian enemy. For example, every Ukrainian remembers the video from the first moments of the liberated city of Balaklia, where Ukrainian servicemen tear off a Russian propaganda advertisement from a billboard, and underneath found a former poster with the famous Taras Shevchenko’s words from his poem «Caucasus». When a soldier of the Armed Forces of Ukraine recited these lines on the video, they sounded with special power for every Ukrainian man and woman:

     «And glory, mountains blue, to you,
    In ageless ice encased!
    And glory, freedom’s knights, to you,
    Whom God will not forsake.
    Keep fighting — you are sure to win!
    God helps you in your fight!
    For fame and freedom march with you,
    And right is on your side!»[1]

     [1] Translated by John Weir

    **All proceeds will be donated to the Ukrainian Emergency Art Fund**

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  • Russian Warship-Go Fuck Yourself!
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    Nikita Titov

    Russian Warship-Go Fuck Yourself!

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    Size: 33 x 46 1/2 inches, numbered 5/100

    «Russian warship – go fuck yourself!» – that was an answer of the Ukrainian  border guard Roman Hrybov to the suggestion to surrender made by Russian missile cruiser «Moskva», the flagship of the Russian Navy in the Black sea. The event took place on the Ukrainian Snake Island on 24 February 2022, the first day of the full-scaled Russian invasion.

    The phrase became extremely popular in Ukraine and all over the world. It is widely used as a slogan during protests and demonstrations. In April 2022, the phrase was commemorated on a postage stamp by the Ukrainian postal service. Two days later, the «Moskva» was critically damaged by Ukrainian anti-ship missiles and sank the following day. After that the Ukrainian postal service issued a new postage stamp «Russian Warship...DONE! ».

    There appeared a lot of poster versions by Ukrainian artists based on this phrase. But the most popular images are those of Boris Grokh (used on the stamps) and Nikita Titov. Both can be seen on the exhibition «Ukraine. People. Courage. Posters». Those images became more then posters – they are symbols of the Ukrainians’ resistance against Russian aggression and determination in defending their homeland. Those images can be seen everywhere in Ukraine but also around the world like a symbol of support – from posters and banners to T-shirts and mugs.

    **All proceeds will be donated to the Ukrainian Emergency Art Fund**

    Visit product page
  • Mariupol. Azovstal
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    Maksym Palenko

    Mariupol. Azovstal

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    Size: 33 x 46 1/2 inches, numbered 5/100

    The helmet of the brave fairy-tale knight is decorated with ornament of Azovstal factory constructions.

    The Azovstal factory was the last point of resistance before the Russian army occupied Mariupol. While it was still possible to leave the city, the president, Volodymyr Zalenskyy, allowed the soldiers to leave the city, but the warriors of the Azov regiment decided that they would hold back the enemy’s attacks to the last. Namely, in the depths of the labyrinth of the Azovstal factory, where the Azovians defended themselves, there were many wounded soldiers and civilians, most of them women and children, so soldiers had the responsibility to protect them. Surrounded from all sides, they fought in hellish conditions for 83 days.

    On May 16, 2022 it was announced about the beginning of the operation to rescue the defenders of Mariupol. We know that 52 seriously wounded soldiers and civilians were evacuated from Azov. Russia captured 265 soldiers who were supposed to wait for the exchange. However, on July 9, terrible footage of the torture of Ukrainian fighters was released to the public. More than half a hundred captured Azovians were treacherously killed and then burned in the prisoner-of-war camp in occupied Olenivka.

    **All proceeds will be donated to the Ukrainian Emergency Art Fund**

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  • Ukrainian Armed Forces
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    Oleg Gryshchenko

    Ukrainian Armed Forces

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    Size: 33 x 46 1/2 inches, numbered 5/100

    Under the veil of the Mother of God we see the ЗСУ (ZSU) letters – it is the Ukrainian Cyrillic abbreviation of the Ukrainian Armed Forces. In this poster the artists refer to Pokrova or Protection of Our Most Holy Lady – a great feast in the Eastern Orthodox Church. It is especially revered and celebrated in Ukraine where Pokrova symbolizes patronage of the Mother of God over the Ukrainian Cossacks and the Ukrainian army.

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    This artist is a member of the Pictoric group. Pictoric is a group of Ukrainian illustrators that created a website https://www.supportukraine-pic.com/ to fight against the Russian aggression in their homeland, Ukraine. They collect and create illustrations, posters, and comic books to support Ukraine and its people, convey true information, and inspire the whole world to fight for freedom and democracy.

    **All proceeds will be donated to the Ukrainian Emergency Art Fund**

    Visit product page
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